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Junction City, Kansas (U.S.)

Geary County

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[Municipal flag] image by Masao Okazaki, 15 February 2024

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The flag of Junction City took full effect by city ordinance on January 28, 1977. This is because the ordinance, which passed three days earlier, said that it would take full force once it was published in the Junction City Daily Union newspaper.

The flag is yellow and uses the city seal, still in effect by the ordinance and flying at the Buffalo Soldier Monument. It appears the flag is credited to Jack Lacey, director of the city-county economic development commission at the time, because he was the one who made arrangements for the purchase of the flag. The flag's proportions are 3:5.
Daniel Renterķa, 5 February 2024

The flag can be seen in use at
Masao Okazaki, 6 February 2024


[Municipal logo] image located by Masao Okazaki, 15 Febraury 2024


The seal was adopted on July 7, 1970. Official description according to the ordinance which adopts this seal: "A circular emblem in which the words 'City of Junction City, Kansas, 1859', shall be inscribed. Within this emblem is an American eagle holding crossed American and Kansas flags. In the center is a shield divided by bands depicting the confluence of the Republican and Smoky Hill Rivers. There is a sail boat, crossed sabers, and a sheaf of wheat behind a steer's head in each patch of the shield. On each side of this shield is a buffalo. The background is landscaped with Rimrock foot hills."
Daniel Renterķa, 5 February 2024